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One-Day Pass to The Mindful Living Show at Business Design Centre, 2 or 3 June 2017 (Up to 36% Off)
Visitors will be able to understand mindfulness and meditation better with an array of activities, including seminars and practise sessions...
(was £36)
Cotswolds Tour with Lunch for Child or Adult with Premium Tours (50% Off)
The tour takes in Cotswolds villages and rolling landscapes, with a two-course lunch at a hotel in the heart of Bibury...
(was £78)
Stonehenge and Bath Tour for Child or Adult with Premium Tours (50% Off)
These one-day tours depart from Victoria coach station and include entrance to Stonehenge and free time in Bath...
(was £69)
City Cruises: Thames River Red Rover Three-Day Pass for a Child or Adult, Choice of Locations (50% Off)
Hop-on, hop-off tickets valid for three consecutive days allow passengers to take in sights such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge and Greenwich...
(was £14)
Choice of Two Live Escape Games for up to Six people at Escape London (Up to 39% Off)
Up to six participants can choose scenarios with themes including the Holy Grail and alien landing...
(was £114)
Fine Dining with Live Opera for Two or Four at Bel Canto (54% Off)
Enjoy an evening of French cuisine and opera, in which young singers double as waiting staff at this London venue...
(was £118)


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Damon Smith jailed for planting failed Tube bomb

Damon Smith claimed he left the device on the Jubilee line train as a prank.

Wimbledon fire: Blaze at All England Club tennis courts

London Fire Brigade said 20 firefighters were called to the fire at the All England Tennis Club.

London men in custody over suspected terror plot

Three men face charges over an alleged terrorism plot, while a fourth is accused of a firearms offence.

Charlie Gard's parents fight for Supreme Court hearing

The couple's ill eight-month-old Charlie Gard is unable to see, hear, make a noise or move.

Heathrow loses Crossrail access charge case

The airport was planning on charging Crossrail £42m per year to use its track.

Rolf Harris jury considers verdict

The 87-year-old denies four charges of indecent assault against three women between 1971 and 1983.


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